Law changes, the economic crisis and government neglect is making family life impossible, says a new report.
Some places might be tiring of it
but in Spain the gender revolution rolls on. The socialist government’s
latest move is to legislate against the priority traditionally given to
the father’s surname in birth registers.
Spain may be floundering economically and its birth rate one of the lowest in Europe, but that has not stopped its government passing a law to eliminate unplanned and imperfect babies before birth.
While defenders of unborn life waged a successful battle in the United
States House last weekend, winning a provision to exclude abortion
coverage from health reform legislation, an international gathering in
Spain was defining abortion as “mega-genocide” and pledging to fight
harder to protect human life.
A huge demonstration “For life, women and motherhood” and against the
abortion policies of Spain’s government flooded the streets of Madrid
on Saturday afternoon. Estimated by the Madrid regional government at
1.2 million people, it was one of the largest public protests since
anti-war rallies held in 2003 and 2004.